Fed up with solicitors

Fed up with solicitors

There are 4 comments on the San Gabriel Valley Tribune story from Mar 26, 2008, titled Fed up with solicitors. In it, San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports that:

I've decided to go public about my feelings toward telemarketers and charitable organizations that constantly besiege me, asking for donations.

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Covina, CA

#1 Mar 27, 2008
Ref. Not getting message.

No it is not the math. It is the fact that politicians use the ballot box to get elected. After that it is to hell with what Americans think. It is only about how much I can make through BRIBES. If and when they a politician accepting bribes, they drag out the investigation in an attempt to sweep it under the rug, or in the end, make it appear no more serious than a parking ticket. We have the best form of government money can buy.

United States

#2 Mar 27, 2008
03-27 SGVT "Fed up with solicitors"
F. G. Markley of Glendora writes: "Folks, I don't know how you feel about a charity calling themselves the police or firefighters association asking for donations, frankly I'm fed up with it. I've asked them to please not call me anymore, because I live on a fixed income and it is hard enough to live in today's economy."
Good for you, FG Markley. This donation thing is getting out of hand. We have had the same calls, as many as three times in one day from the same organizations (I must assume) to help disadvantaged gang members. No more fellows, my charities are giving to those truly in need. Take me off your list.
Mark Smith

Glendora, CA

#3 Feb 4, 2011
Hey I was just trying to get enough cash to get a Happy Meal.
Mubarak Thugs

San Dimas, CA

#4 Feb 4, 2011
Just like Mubarak's thugs someone in Glendora California is trying to shut down this forum.

Over loading the comments section with haggled topics, against those who have something to say about Glendora's up coming municipal election of March 08, 2011 concerning each candidate.

Who would do something like this, have they done it in the past? Have they tampered with past election ballots? Was there someone on the inside of city hall to change the out come of an election, by being inside to alter or change mail-in-ballots or make them just go away?

Mail-in-ballots are handled by city hall personel and gathered up an sorted inside city hall, with no one watching. Misplacing mail-in-ballots or altering them, while no one is watching, at night.

Why is it that certain city hall personel have access and are working late at night, over the weekends during mail in ballots are being gathered from the US Post Office?

Could someone be filling in the 'correct' bubble for a special person, to win, then signing their name?

Who by the way validate the signature. Mail-in-ballots can also miss the mail in dead-line and can not be counted for the election in question, funny how that happens?

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